Neuroanatomy LE 3.txt

    • author "Elvin Louie E. Lisondra"
    • tags "Neuroanatomy"
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    Which of the following is NOT TRUE of the caudate circuit of a basal ganglia?
  1. a. Operates in the subconscious level.
    • b. Output goes to primary motor complex.
    • c. Responsible for the cognitive control of motor patterns.
    • d. Inputs come from the associated areas of the cerebral cortex.
    • b.
  2. Which of the following is an excitatory neurotransmitter?




    C.
  3. Parkinsons's disease is characterized by the following EXCEPT:




    B.
  4. Which of the following is TRUE regarding hypothalamic functions?




    D.
  5. A lesion on the hippocampus would be manifested by which of the following?




    C.
  6. Which of the following is TRUE regarding reward and punishment centers?




    A.
  7. Which of the following is NOT TRUE of parieto-occipital association area?




    B.
  8. Lesion in the frontal lobe will result in the following except:




    D.
  9. Habituation is caused by:




    C.
  10. Inability to recall memories is caused by damage in what area?




    D.
  11. Which of the following is TRUE regarding slow-wave sleep?




    C.
  12. What happens in REM sleep?




    C.
  13. Which neurotransmitter is involved in the occurence of paradoxical sleep?




    A.
  14. Sleep can be induced by:




    A.
  15. Sudden onset of REM sleep without prior slow wave sleep is characteristeic of which condition?




    B.
  16. Which best describes the primary motor cortex?




    B.
  17. Which of the following refers to the fibers of the corticospinal tract?




    A.
  18. As an alternative pathway, which is true regarding the red nucleus?




    B.
  19. Which of the following is/are involved with excitation of muscle groups to counteract antigravity?




    D.
  20. Limbs in position when pushed sideways... (postural reflex) is controlled by:




    A.
  21. A gyrus that connects adjacent gyri at the floor?




    B.
  22. The stellate cells are most numerous in what layer?




    A.
  23. Which of the following is an example of an archipallum?




    A.
  24. These are fibers that provides connections between frontal and occipital lobes:




    A.
  25. The following are seen if there is a lesion in the retrolenticular part of internal capsule, EXCEPT:




    A.
  26. A patient was asked to identify a brush by touching. Patient can feel but is unable to recognize the brush. Which of the following is the affected area?




    A.
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